|Translators of the King James Bible Version of 1611 - Princeton Theological Seminary,|
Information about who translated the King James Version is not always easy to turn up. This is intended to provide some help in that direction. There is much about this topic (& related issues) here. This is an article that was published in the 1800s, and is a good starting place. The original King James Bible did contain the Apocrypha, which those translators specifically stated (even though they translated it) that the Apocrypha was NOT scripture...
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